Indoor rowing is becoming popular as an individual sport, as well as continuing to be a training aid for water-based rowing. Indoor rowing has competitions its own right and is very accessible with machines in gyms, sports centres and rowing clubs across the countryIt is a great introduction to rowing as competitors can learn the technique and build fitness before getting used to the water. In recent years Indoor Adaptive Rowing for disabled competitors has been added to the London Youth Games competition programme. Over 1,000 youngsters compete in the London Youth Games indoor rowing events annually.
The Adaptive Indoor Rowing competition is a great introduction to rowing as competitors can learn the technique and build fitness...» More
The Amateur Rowing Association (ARA) is the governing body for the sport of rowing (both indoor rowing and rowing on water). The Association is responsible for the training and selection of individual rowers and crews representing Great Britain and for participation in and development of rowing and indoor rowing in England.